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Iron Throne gaming chair: Razer, Xbox PC Game Pass, and HBO team up to host streaming contest




Microsoft’s game subscription service PC Game Pass, tech company Razer and HBO are joining forces. Together, they have created an exclusive custom gaming throne, based on the Iron Throne from House of the Dragon.

The Iron Throne forged from the thousand swords of Aegon’s enemies has become one of the most recognizable items in pop culture history. This version has the Razer Iskur gaming chair built into it, making it a perfect seat for gamers to dish out some destruction on their enemies.

Only four gamers will have the opportunity to win this chair, by competing in a tournament on October 15, 2022, at 12 pm PDT /8 pm BST. The tournament has four RazerCon guest streamers competing in the multiplayer game Chivalry 2, available on PC Game Pass. The tournament will stream live on Razer’s Twitch channel at this link:

The winner of this tournament will walk away with the customized Iron Throne gaming chair. RazerCon 2022 will begin on October 15 at 9:30 am PDT. RazerCon is an event celebrating the best of gaming culture. Many special guests are set to appear, with musical performances lined up to entertain viewers. There will also be plenty of giveaways and exclusive reveals. Viewers can tune into Razer’s Twitch channel to catch the entire event.

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Ved Prabhudesai is an avid enthusiast of all things pop culture. He has a special interest in the field of animation and art, with a background in Fine Arts and Digital Media Arts. He has begun his first into the field of Entertainment Journalism with Wiki of Thrones, and has been writing for them since 2023. He also has experience working as a screenplay writer, animator and comic book artist. His hobbies include holding discussions and organising events focused around pop culture, dissecting the importance of media in today's world. He began reading A Song Of Ice And Fire shortly before Game of Thrones debuted on HBO. He has followed the series religiously and has spent hours reading Wikis learning about Targaryen history and possible plot points we will see in the Winds of Winter.


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